Chelsea secured the United States international’s signature in a £58m deal from Borussia Dortmund in January 2019 but Pulisic remained at the Signal Iduna Park on loan until the end of the season before moving to Stamford Bridge at the start of the 2019/2020 season.
After spending the opening weeks of the season in and out of Frank Lampard’s team, Pulisic enjoyed a purple patch in front of goal, scoring six times in October and November, including a perfect hat-trick against Burnley in the Premier League.
The 21-year-old’s season has been curtailed by injury since the beginning of 2020 but he has been impressed by his start to life in England nonetheless.
Asked to assess his efforts by the Blues’ official website, Pulisic said: “It’s been a really fun season for me, it’s been awesome.
“It’s been a big change for me coming to Chelsea and having to get to know a whole new team, a new league and stuff. I’ve been really proud of the guys and although we’ve had our tough moments, I think overall we’ve been pretty solid.
“I love playing with my team-mates and we’ve had so many exciting games. I’ve really enjoyed it and we just want to give it a strong push to the end of the season, if we are able to resume.”
“The Premier League is more physically demanding because of the sheer number of games and the run of the schedule. You play so many different competitions in a short space of time, so it’s quite demanding and you learn quickly about that.
“It’s a physical league in general. There’s been a lot to learn but my Bundesliga experience has helped me in that sense, as it’s not totally different to the Premier League.”